Bring the fun of aquaponics inside with the Water Garden! This mini aquaponics system is a self-cleaning fish tank that grows organic herbs and microgreens on top
Self-Cleaning: The fish waste fertilizes the plants, and the plants clean the water — no weekly water changes needed!
Quick Harvest: You'll be able to start harvesting the included organic microgreen seeds in just 10 days, giving you the freshest ingredients for smoothies or salad toppings right at your fingertips!
Everything included: 3-gallon fish tank, 3 month’s supply of herb and microgreen seeds, Growstones, growbed, decorative gravel, silent water pump, water treatment, natural fertilizer, fish food, and a coupon for a betta fish.
Makes a perfect gift or classroom project to teach about DIY aquaponics & ecosystems. We hope to help every family experience the magic of growing their own food & make gardening part of every school curriculum!
FREE downloadable online curriculum for kids about the science behind aquaponics
Ready to grow and ready to eat
Back to the Roots is all about sustainable innovation. We saw most aquaponic systems in the market were large, expensive and poorly designed. That's why we worked with experts, designers and our community to bring you a high quality version that's compact enough to keep right in your home.
An aquaponic Water Garden is a a closed-looped ecosystem powered by aquaculture (fish farming) and hydroponics (growing plants in nutrient rich water). The cycle: fish release nutrient-rich waste into the water, the plants eat the nutrients as food at the same time filtering the water to go back down to your fish.
About the Brand
What started as curiosity about urban farming has turned into a passion to Undo Food™ and reconnect families back to where it comes from through fun and delicious ready to grow and ready to eat products.
And that passion to Undo Food is what took us from organic mushroom kits to stoneground breakfast cereal. Sometimes, we want to grow food ourselves, taste the absolute freshness, and show kids how mushrooms or herbs grow. We believe in a future where all food comes from the kitchen, not a lab; and where R&D teams aren't biochemists, but our grandparents.